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Título: Genetic diversity and structure in a major Brazilian annatto (Bixa orellana) germplasm bank revealed by microsatellites and phytochemical compounds
Autor(es): Dequigiovani, Gabriel; et. al.







Palavras-chave: Genetic diversity
SSR markers
Bixin
Bixa orellana
Geranylgeraniol
Tocotrienol
Data do documento: 2017
Citação: Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, v. 64, p. 1-14, 2017.
Resumo: Annatto (Bixa orellana L.) is a tropical crop indigenous to the Americas, probably Amazonia. Annatto is commercially valuable in the food and cosmetics industries as a natural dye used instead of synthetic dyes. In addition, annatto contains other important substances for human health, such as geranylgeraniol, tocotrienols and other carotenoids. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the genetic diversity of 63 accessions from the annatto germplasm bank at the Agronomic Institute (IAC), Sa˜o Paulo, Brazil, using four phytochemical compounds and 16 microsatellite markers. Significant variation was observed for the phytochemical compounds, ranging from 2 to 7.31 g (100 g dry matter— DM)-1 for bixin, 2.14–7.11 g (100 g DM)-1 for lipids, 0.25–1.05 g (100 gDM)-1 for tocotrienols, and 0.49–2.61 g (100 g DM)-1 for geranylgeraniol content. A total of 73 alleles was observed in the molecular characterization with 16 microsatellite loci. We found higher expected heterozygosity than observed heterozygosity for all loci, indicating strong deficits of heterozygotes. For both molecular and phytochemical compounds, cluster and PCoA analyses tended to separate the accessions from Rondoˆnia, northern Brazil, with only a few exceptions, from the Southwestern accessions. The same two groups were found in the Bayesian analysis with molecular data. Rondoˆnia accessions showed higher values for all the phytochemical compounds and higher levels of genetic diversity. Some accessions presented bixin levels well above the average and are promising materials to be used in genetic improvement programs.
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